ABC Evening News for Thursday, May 20, 1982
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Max Robinson
(Millinocket, ME) Controversy over lottery picking those allowed to hunt moose this December examined; films shown. Save ME's Only Official State Animal, SMOOSA, noted leading opposition to hunt. [SMOOSA leader John COLE - notes moose's vulnerability.] Moose population discussed. [Biologist Francis DUNN - defs. hunt as necessary culling process.] SMOOSA noted pushing referendum ending moose hunt permanently.
REPORTER: Roger Caras
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